Gary Cahill: Chelsea should respect what I've done and let me leave

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"I don't want to jump the gun, but as things stand at this time, probably, yes", Cahill told British media when asked if he could leave the club. When you're winning games you have to sit tight and suck it up and deal with it. "I hope to qualify before the last one or two matches of the group stage". We have had a lot of opportunities. 'I think of course a midfielder that must be an example'. He's a amusing guy who always makes people laugh around him.

"I fully expected to miss the start of the season", Cahill said.

"Chelsea is a team that moves the ball very quickly, so we are going to try to do the same thing, and of course the midfield have a very important role in that". It was hard for everybody to play against us this evening. "In the match against PAOK, I prefer to put Christensen in the starting XI".

Any of the PAOK players that caught your eye? Maybe not in this match.

"As one of the best clubs in the world Chelsea gives many players the chance to fulfill their dreams and become a better football player with that system", Rahman said.

Asked if he will continue to field a significant number of regular starters in the Europa League, Sarri said: "I don't know, because for an English team, the Europa League is a hard competition". Not in England. We have to play again in 63 hours, on Sunday morning. It is not a big problem now.

Hazard is coming off a brilliant hat-trick last weekend against Cardiff, a game in which he completely dominated.

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri admits that only goals will help misfiring striker Alvaro Morata to regain his confidence levels.

'So there's no arguments from my point of view, hence why I've not seen him.

The two sides meet at the London Stadium with West Ham boosted by ending a four-match losing streak with a 3-1 win over Everton.

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